Part 2 of my amazing weekend in Millbrook was a personal tour of the home of the exquisitely talented potter, design guru and charmer, Christopher Spitzmiller. (See my Millbrook Tour: Part 1 featuring Katie Ridder & Peter Pennoyer’s home.)  He is the true “gentleman farmer” with a glorious garden, chickens and a full pottery workshop for.. read more →

Last week I took a jaunt to Millbrook, NY to visit my cousin-in-law, Ashley Whittaker. She was the ultimate hostess. We visited exquisite homes of designer friends with The Decorators Club and shopped the best antiques in the area with Hudson being a favorite stop.  Katie Ridder & Peter Pennoyer’s home is beyond magical as.. read more →

I love getting a look into our local Charlotte celebrities NYC pad. They are both lovely kind people with an affinity for art and fine antique & vintage furniture.   Chandra is the owner of Charlotte’s Soco Gallery, the first photography driven gallery in the area.  Inside Jimmie Johnson’s New York City Apartment via AD The.. read more →

Sometimes the color and pattern of design just capture me.  This is one of those instances. Check out this amazing Upper East Side Manhattan House.  Maria Brito designed and art curated a 2, 500 apartment in the Manhattan House Building, Upper East Side of New York City.   Project was featured Architectural Digest Mexico Be sure to subscribe.. read more →

 It is the big night of the MET GALA 2016: Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. This year it will be hosted by cochairs Idris Elba, Jonathan Ive,  Taylor Swift, and Anna Wintour.  Nicolas Ghesquière,  Karl Lagerfeld, and Miuccia Prada will serve as honorary chairs, and the gala and accompanying exhibition will be sponsored by Apple. Vogue.com.. read more →

It is long overdue that I share the work of artist Jenny Nelson.   She has long been a favorite at Hidell Brooks Gallery. I am drawn to the diverse abstract work because it can also be interpreted as a loose landscape by clients. The palettes are soothing yet strong and always blend with the interiors.. read more →

I had the pleasure of attending the Frank Stella exhibit currently on view at The Whitney Museum of American Art when I ran unto NYC for 24 hours last week.  It was so much more than I anticipated. I was so moved and inspired by the movement, color and geometry of it all. A field.. read more →